On the taco tour, you’ll visit a tortilla factory and eat fresh tortillas, while on the mole and pozole tour, you’ll try these signature Mexican dishes, as well as some local seafood and other delicacies, at the guides’ favorite local restaurants.”
“Unlike many regions of Mexico, Puerto Vallarta isn’t necessarily known for a distinct regional cuisine, but that’s not a bad thing: instead, the city draws from the best flavors and dishes of the country at large. A food tour of Puerto Vallarta offers a taste of all these favorites: from tacos at a street food stand to fresh ceviche served on a crunchy tostada. Wash it all down with a tasting of tequila or freshly made juice.” —JULIE SCHWIETERT COLLAZO AFAR Local Expert
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